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Application for .evc files?


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I am trying to find a way to be able to listen to or convert .evc files to some other format such as mp3 to listen to. Does anyone know some way to read .evc files?

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I found that the site offers an option to save all evc as wav instead so that works just fine.
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According to FilExt, evc files have nothign to do with music. Where did you get these files from?

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Through evoice.com, a service for a phone # that takes calls and somehow saves the messages and emails you the message to be listened to with their message player...which is only windows compatible,
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Sounds like a custom file format to me.

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